1772 Restaurants in Singapore

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A tiny metropolis with 5.6 million inhabitants packed into 720 square kilometres of land, Singapore may register only as a speck on the world map, but it’s often considered an international powerhouse in terms of its dining scene. Not only is the local cuisine highly regarded in different corners of the globe, the restaurants in Singapore boast a smorgasbord of cuisines from all around the region and beyond. The best part is: they come in a wide variety of budgets and settings, and can be booked within seconds with Quandoo. Simply browse our website or app to see what’s around you, then adjust your filters to find a restaurant in Singapore that caters to your needs and preferences. Reserve a table to earn Loyalty Points, then leave a review after your visit to be rewarded with more – and use them in future to offset the cost of your meal at any of our partner restaurants in Singapore. Can’t wait to get started? Neither can we, so let’s go!

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La Tapería

Orchard
Spanish$$$$
5.2/6564
La Tapería

Jing Long Seafood Restaurant

Bedok
Asian$$$$
4.9/6277
Jing Long Seafood Restaurant

Arteastiq - Mandarin Gallery

Orchard Road
International$$$$
4.6/6616
Arteastiq - Mandarin Gallery
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FOOK KIN 福劲

Orchard
Asian Fusion$$$$
5.0/6143
FOOK KIN 福劲

Chong Qing Grilled Fish 重庆烤鱼 - Serangoon Gardens

Serangoon
Chinese$$$$
5.0/663
Chong Qing Grilled Fish 重庆烤鱼 - Serangoon Gardens

Merci Marcel - Club Street

Club Street
French$$$$
5.4/6113
Merci Marcel - Club Street

Hand in Hand Beijing Restaurant

Bugis
Dim Sum$$$$
5.0/6142
Hand in Hand Beijing Restaurant

Monti At 1-Pavilion

Raffles Place
Italian$$$$
4.6/6265
Monti At 1-Pavilion

Latteria Mozzarella

Duxton
Italian$$$$
5.1/6671
Latteria Mozzarella

Chang Korean BBQ

Dempsey
Korean$$$$
4.9/6188
Chang Korean BBQ

Angie’s Oyster Bar

Raffles Place
Seafood$$$$
4.6/649
Angie’s Oyster Bar

Picnic

Orchard
International$$$$
4.8/6234
Picnic

Dancing Fish Signature

Orchard
Asian$$$$
5.2/673
Dancing Fish Signature

Wheeler's Estate

Seletar
European$$$$
4.9/6145
Wheeler's Estate

Khansama Tandoori Restaurant

Little India
Indian$$$$
5.1/691
Khansama Tandoori Restaurant

Wildseed Cafe

Seletar
International$$$$
4.5/640
Wildseed Cafe

Rabbit Carrot Gun

Joo Chiat
British$$$$
4.9/6301
Rabbit Carrot Gun

Coriander Leaf - Chijmes

City Hall
Indian$$$$
5.0/6405
Coriander Leaf - Chijmes

Whampoa Keng Fish Head Steamboat 黄埔庆鱼头炉 - Balestier Road

Balestier
Hotpot$$$$
4.8/6101
Whampoa Keng Fish Head Steamboat 黄埔庆鱼头炉 - Balestier Road

Smoke & Mirrors

City Hall
Drinks$$$$
4.4/689
Smoke & Mirrors
  1. 1.

    Discover a world of culinary delights at restaurants in Singapore

    No matter what your tastes lean towards, there are restaurants in Singapore to whet your appetite. The various cuisines of the world are well-represented in all parts of the island, so whether you crave scrumptious French pastries in the morning, a healthy but indulgent lunch of sushi and sashimi, or a late supper of dim sum, you’re sure to stumble upon a restaurant in Singapore that provides exactly what you’re looking for. Even well-known international celebrity chefs including Jamie Oliver, Gordon Ramsey and Wolfgang Puck have set up their restaurants in Singapore, so there’s no need for us to catch a flight just for a chance to experience their world-class fine dining chops.
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    Singapore offers great restaurants for every budget

    Whether you’re penny pinching or looking to splurge at your next meal, Singapore’s restaurants will leave you spoilt for choice. From simple kitchens to casual eateries to fine dining establishments, the local restaurant scene covers a broad range of budgets, so you can always have an excuse to indulge, regardless of how little or how much you wish to spend. And in a food-obsessed nation like Singapore where eating has been declared a national pastime, all-you-can-eat joints tend to be especially popular among its locals, who seek them out for the opportunity to sample a little bit of everything and for as much as they want, at one single price. Seek out the most highly-rated buffet restaurants in Singapore near you, reserve online, then gather your best mates together to feast like there’s no tomorrow.
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    Sample the local cuisine at the restaurants in Singapore

    Featuring a blend of influences from Malay, Chinese, Indian, Peranakan and western cuisines – to name a few – Singaporean cuisine is diverse, and that has a lot to do with its history as a port city with a large immigrant population. No visit to Singapore is complete without sampling dishes like Hainanese chicken rice, laksa and chilli crab – and these are just a small fraction of the highlights one can expect to find at restaurants in Singapore that specialise in the local fare. For some of the most authentic homegrown flavours, Wok Master in Farrer Park does tze char right, though Uncle Chicken (Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice) in Tiong Bahru is where you should be heading to for steaming plates of Singapore’s highly-acclaimed national dish. Both Singaporean restaurants are bookable on Quandoo, which makes it easy for you to secure tables even during busy periods.
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    Singapore’s restaurants cater to a range of dietary requirements

    Regardless of your dietary preferences and limitations, you’ll find that they’re well taken care of across the restaurants in Singapore. A significant local Muslim and Hindu population means that a plethora of halal as well as pork-, beef- or even meat-free dining establishments are well within reach. My Spice Affair in Kallang is a must-visit for home-cooked halal Malay cuisine, especially for its famous nasi ambeng. While those in favour of a wholesome, plant-based meal should check out Xing Hua Vegetarian Restaurant in Bugis, which dishes out the goods without preservatives, MSG or additives. Last but not least, there’s also Annalakshmi Restaurant in Clarke Quay, known for its delicious Indian vegetarian buffet with a unique pay-what-you-want concept.
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    More than just restaurants: Singapore’s impressive cafe and bar scene

    Searching for a place to drink more than to eat? Singapore has numerous cafes and bars for that. For many executives based in the CBD, mornings may begin with a quick cuppa at Candour Coffee, while cafes like Suzette offer a respite in the middle of a harried work day by the scenic Esplanade waterfront – with a delectable array of desserts to boot. Come sundown, CBD watering holes like Bar on Chulia and Beer Xchange fill up with the afterwork crowd, eager to unwind with an evening tipple, while Idle at International Business Park remains the location of choice for those based outside of town thanks to its six-hour long liquid buffet. Whether you need a table at a bar, cafe or restaurant in Singapore, avoid disappointment by booking online with Quandoo. It’s that easy!